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North American Arms Mini-Master

Compared to its 4-ounce, 3 5/8-inch Short Mini-Revolver cohort, North American Arms' Mini-Master is a giant. But at 7 7/8 inches long, 3 5/8 inches tall and weighing 10.7 ounces, it is still more compact and lightweight than most of the centerfire handguns on the market.

Review: North American Arms Ranger II Revolver

NAA’s latest offering uses a design from a 19th-century, Old-West pistol for a new take on the company’s Ranger II revolver.

.32 NAA Cor-Bon 60-grain JHP

The .32 NAA is a little-known personal-defense cartridge, but it remains adequate for personal defense.

North American Arms Pug

It might be small, but don't count the NAA Pug out of a fight based on its size or chambering. It's a legitimate concealed-carry pistol for self-defense.

North American Arms Black Widow .22 WMR

The Black Widow from North American Arms proves bigger isn't always better.

LaserLyte Mighty Mouse Laser

LaserLyte offers a grip-actuated laser for the diminutive North American Arms .22 Mag. revolvers.

LaserLyte Pink Pearl V-MAG Grip Laser for NAA Magnums

LaserLyte introduced a new color option for its V-MAG Laser Sight design for NAA's .22 Mag. revolvers.

Pocket Pistols

While .380 ACP pistols are far from new—having first seen the light of day in the early 20th century—these are all fresh. More importantly, they are all very small and very light.

.22 Mag. Hornady Critical Defense 45-grain FTX

How does Hornady's rimfire load for self-defense perform out of a tiny pocket revolver?

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